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JSG Hwang, HK Ang, CY Aw
Correspondence: Dr H K Ang
A six-year-old child with a nasal septal polyp presents with pain and nasal discharge. The diagnosis of a granular cell tumour was made histologically on excision of the polyp. This interesting case of an uncommon lesion presenting in a relatively rare paediatric age group is, as far as we know, the first report of a granular cell tumour involving the nasal septum.
Keywords: Granular cell tumour, nasal septum, child
Singapore Med J 2001; 42(8): 378-379